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Falkland Islands chose to remain British

Almost 100% of the Falklanders who voted in the referendum on 10 and 11 March endorsed the idea for the archipelago to remain under UK jurisdiction. The Government of the Falklands carried out a plebiscite in response to the territorial claims of Argentina, which presses the UK to start a negotiation process to resolve the territorial dispute in the South Atlantic islands. After the counting of votes held in ...Read full article...

Wealth Redistribution Hugo Chavez Style

According to Guillermo Chochez, a former Panamanian Ambassador to OAS, Chavez has been dead for at least 7 days after he was disconnected from respirators. Chochez cites Venezuelan government sources, which he said he could not reveal because he gave his word as a journalist that he would not. According to all Socialists, Marxists and Communists, their ideology is better than others because what it was at its core ...Read full article...

Beware, there may be bacterial feces in processed milk

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 26, 2013 In this case, it is not human excrement, human tissue or horse DNA, but artificial sweeteners. Back in 2009, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) have filed a petition requesting that the Food and Drug Administration of the United States changed the way in which processed milk ingredients are identified, so ...Read full article...

British Government has nukes in Falkland Islands, says Argentina

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 26, 2013 Argentina accused the United Kingdom of sending submarines carrying nuclear weapons to the Falklands and thus violating international treaties that establish that this region should be nuclear free. “We are in a precarious stage of implementation of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, which prohibits nuclear weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean. This precarious implementation is challenged by the ...Read full article...

World Health Organization sees ‘weak evidence’ of human poisoning by endocrine disruptors in chemicals

While admitting humans are experiencing the highest incidence of disease and that thousands of dangerous chemicals are used in products people consume, a World Health Organization report says there is only weak evidence that human health has been adversely affected by the abundance of those chemicals in food and other products. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 25, 2013 There are two facts that are undeniable ...Read full article...

Communism: The Imminent Threat

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 18, 2013 According to mainline history, Communism and its allies Marxism and Socialism ended with the fall of the Soviet Union on 26 December 1991, after the USSR was dissolved by declaration ? 142-H. After the supposed dissolution, it was agreed that a Commonwealth of Independent States would enter into existence, a move that was facilitated by President Mikhail Gorbachev’s ...Read full article...

Venezuela devalues its currency by nearly half

AP | FEBRUARY 8, 2013 Venezuela’s government announced Friday that it is devaluing the country’s currency, a long-anticipated change expected to push up prices in the heavily import-reliant economy. Officials said the fixed exchange rate is changing from 4.30 bolivars to the dollar to 6.30 bolivars to the dollar. The devaluation had been widely expected by analysts in recent months, though experts had been unsure about whether the government ...Read full article...

Assassinating Americans is ‘legal’, ‘wise’ and ‘ethical’

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 6, 2013 The Law Office of the White House has established that it is legal to kill a U.S. citizen overseas “if a senior government member” ensures that the target to kill is someone who poses an “imminent threat to the country” and his capture is not possible. The White House has made that decision clear through spokesman, Jay Carney. ...Read full article...

Argentina freezes food prices to avoid higher inflation and mass hunger

By ALMUDENA CALATRAVA | AP | FEBRUARY 5, 2013 Argentina announced a two-month price freeze on supermarket products Monday in an effort to break spiraling inflation. The price freeze applies to every product in all of the nation’s largest supermarkets — a group including Walmart, Carrefour, Coto, Jumbo, Disco and other large chains. The companies’ trade group, representing 70 percent of the Argentine market, reached the accord with Commerce ...Read full article...

25 people killed after explosion at Mexican Oil facility

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 1, 2013 An explosion occurred at one of the buildings at Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) in Mexico on Thursday. The event took place shortly before 16:00 (GMT Mexican) and the causes are still unknown. At least 25 people have died and 101 were injured, said the Secretary of the Interior, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, who gave a press conference accompanied by ...Read full article...

Extreme Wealth and Inequality are responsible for collapse of Humanity

Annual income of richest 100 people is enough to end global poverty four times over, says report. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 21, 2013 Like it or not, money talks and the more concentrated money and power are, the more concentrated wealth and poverty are. The issue is not whether concentration of money, resources and the decision-making process hurts the world. We have plenty of ...Read full article...

The Mental Health trick to Confiscate your Guns

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 21, 2013 No doubt that only a mentally ill person could carry out a savage attack like the ones perpetrated in Newtown, Aurora and Oregon. The question is how does a person become mentally ill enough to kill. There is no doubt that prescription drugs are the main triggers of side effects which make people act violently to a point ...Read full article...

Venezuelan Vice President delivers State of the Nation speech while Chavez remains in Cuba

By IAN JAMES and VIVIAN SEQUERA | AP | JANUARY 16, 2012 Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro took the place of ailing President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday by delivering a short speech and turning in a state-of-the-nation report amid legal debate about his legitimacy. Maduro submitted the report in writing from Chavez’s government while the president remained in Cuba undergoing treatment after his fourth cancer-related surgery. Opposition politicians argued ...Read full article...

Venezuela tries to keep it together without Chavez

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 7, 2012 Venezuela’s acting President, Nicolás Maduro, returned to his country Thursday after visiting Cuba, where Hugo Chavez was admitted last month to have surgery. Maduro continued the government’s official policy of not revealing details about Chavez’ health status while affirming that the nation is united behind the so-called Chavismo. After five days in Havana, Maduro avoided talking about Chavez’ ...Read full article...

Reduce Two Leading Childhood Diseases by 50% or More without Vaccines

By JEFFREY J. AUFDERHEIDE | VACTRUTH | JANUARY 4, 2012 It’s not black magic or some out-of-date belief—just good old-fashioned common sense. Better hygiene, sanitation, and organic food are the foundations for good health. But to what degree could one of those elements (hygiene, for example) have an effect on decreasing a disease? I think finding the answer to this question and considering the evidence is valuable for parents ...Read full article...